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This article is a list of the most frequently appearing numbers in 1000 Blank White Cards, and reasonable explanations for each.

  • 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, and 9- These numbers frequently appear in actions such as "double your score". 3 is also fairly common as a Useless Plus One Card
  • π- 3.141592653589793236...
  • 10- This is used when converting cards to Mega-Point Cards- "add 1 zero to the end of your score" and the like.
  • 11- The first step in creating Runaway Number Inflation, since it is one more than 10.
  • 12- The largest number which humans can typically count extremely quickly without rounding or estimating. Also, one dozen.
  • 13- This common number to appear is unlucky in many cultures. Compare to 4 in foreign games. Unlike 7 in the USA and 14 in Macedonia.
  • 14- Lucky number (Macedonia). Twice the value of the lucky number 7.
  • 16- Legal age for driving in many countries, 4².
  • 18- Legal age of adulthood in America.
  • 21- 3*7, the percieved age of adulthood in America for various reasons. Typically marks random amounts- "1.21 Gigawatts" is an example.
  • 22- Catch-22 is the most frequent usage here.
  • 23- The 23 enigma. Similar to 42.
  • 24- Hours in a day. There is plenty of significance here.
  • 25- An average point card in a game with strict limits.
  • 27- Weird Al Yankovic's recurring gag. Also a recurring gag in Dungeon Crawl Stone Soup.
  • 34- No exceptions.
  • 42- The answer to the ultimate question of life, the universe, and everything.
  • 63- No exceptions here anywhere
  • 87- Four score and seven years ago...
  • 100- The most common Point Card.
  • 101- Dalmatians. Used frequently to one-up 100.
  • 108- Unlucky number by Buddhist tradition. Prominent in some Japanese video games and 1KBWC.
  • 131- National Pokédex number for Lapras, a Pokémon fan favorite.
  • 137- An approximation for the fine-structure constant.
  • 311- Alternative rock band.
  • 350- A convenient number that's more than 200 but less than 500.
  • 404- Page Not Found
  • 411- ERROR.
  • 500- Half of 1000 (Conveniently.)
  • 666 and 616- These numbers that occasionally appear began as the "Number of the Beast", signifying the Devil.
  • 721 - All the Pokemon known to us. Will probably keep increasing.
  • 777- Used frequently on Slot Machine Cards, which require luck-based outcomes.
  • 911- Emergency phone number in the United States.
  • 999- Emergency phone number in the United Kingdom; one less than 1000.
  • 1000- Included in title of the game; many cards named for it such as the 1000 Point Limit.
  • 1001- A synonym for "lots".
  • 1066- And all the rest.
  • 1337- Indicates LEET, a type of text on the Internet that replaces traditional characters with combinations of other standard symbols.
  • 1776- USA's Declaration of Independence was signed in this year.
  • 1984- George Orwell's book.
  • 2000- 2 times 1000.
  • 2001- A Space Odyssey.
  • 2012- It's the end of the world!!!
  • 9001- You probably already know why this is here. (It's over nine thousand!)
  • 24601- Everywhere there is a prison.
  • 65536- 2^16, and also the number of rows in an Excel 2003 file.
  • 90210- Beverly Hills.
  • 525600- Minutes. (In one year.)
  • 1000000- The most common Mega Point Card.
  • 8675309- Jenny, don't change your number...
  • 31557600- Seconds. (Also in one year.)
  • 241543903- Associated with the act of putting one's head in a running freezer.
  • 1000000000 and up- Standard Mega-Point Cards, based on large values.
  • 1227486646- Began as a blogger's way of writing the Avatar: The Last Airbender character Katara; though little coverage exists online, has spread through the 1KBWC community.

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